Buy Large Cans and Freeze The Excess

We save money by buying big cans of food (peas, beans, etc.) on sale then freeze what we don't use on the day it's opened.

By Kathleen from Dothan, AL

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January 27, 20090 found this helpful

I frequently buy industrial-sized cans of tomato sauce or spaghetti sauce, use what I need, and freeze the rest in one-quart canning jars (leave space for expansion in the jars). I've also found salsa verde in industrial-sized cans and freeze the leftovers in pint jars. It works well.

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